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Iron Lantern #1 - Above Average Grade. The Magnetic Men Featuring Magneto #1 - High Grade. Spider-Boy Team Up #1 - High Grade. Thorion of the New Asgods #1 - High Grade. Amalgam Comics was a collaborative publishing imprint shared by DC Comics and Marvel Comics, in which the two comic book publishers merged their characters into new ones e.
DC Comics' Batman and Marvel Comics' Wolverine become the Amalgam Comics character the Dark Claw. These characters first appeared in a series of 12 one-shot comic books which were published in April 1996, between Marvel Comics vs. DC #3 and DC vs. Marvel Comics #4, the last two issues of the DC vs.
A second set of 12 one-shots followed one year later in June 1997, but without the crossover event as a background. All 24 of these one-shots chronologically occurred between the aforementioned issues of DC vs.
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes 2005 designated the Amalgam Universe as Earth-9602 in the Marvel Multiverse. Page 436 of the book The Essential Wonder Woman Encyclopedia (2015) by Phil Jimenez and John Wells (under the entry "Wallis, Angelica" in the "W" section) designated the Amalgam Universe as Earth-496 in the DC Multiverse. On two occasions - April 1996 and June 1997 - DC and Marvel co-published a total of 24 one-shot "first issues" 12 in April 1996 (six by DC and six by Marvel) and 12 in June 1997 (again, six by DC and six by Marvel) under the Amalgam Comics imprint. The issues were presented as if the "company" had existed for decades, with stories and editorial comments referring to a fictional history stretching back to the Golden Age of Comic Books, including retcons and reboots; for example, they referred to Secret Crisis of the Infinity Hour an amalgamation of Marvel's Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars, DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths, Marvel's The Infinity Gauntlet, and DC's Zero Hour: Crisis in Time!
, which featured the well-known cover of Crisis on Infinite Earths #7, but with Super-Soldier holding the dead body of his sidekick (who is female and wears a costume similar to that of Marvel's Captain Marvel), instead of Superman holding the dead body of Supergirl. Nineteen of the 24 issues included phony letter columns to provide the illusion of background to the stories, with the fans' hometowns formed by amalgamating the names of existing American cities.The first Amalgam event occurred near the end of the four-issue DC vs. Marvel crossover event in April 1996.
DC #3, the DC and Marvel Universes were shown being combined into one - the Amalgam Universe - and the Amalgam one-shots were presented as the result of this. The first 12 Amalgam titles were released the following week, delaying both publishers' regular releases by one week. Six of the issues in the event were published by DC and six by Marvel. In June 1997 the process was repeated, but without the crossover event as a background.Later, both publishers collected their respective issues into four trade paperback collections. All 24 of the Amalgam one-shots took place between Marvel Comics vs. Marvel Comics #4, the last two issues of the crossover event. Between the two events of Amalgam Comics, the two publishers released a sequel crossover miniseries to DC vs.
Marvel #1-4 primarily published by DC, DC/Marvel: All Access #1-4 Dec. 1997 issues #2-3 were both cover-dated Jan. A second sequel crossover miniseries primarily published by Marvel, Unlimited Access #1-4 Dec.
1997-March 1998, followed the second event. Both crossover miniseries featured additional Amalgam characters. I will work with you if there are any issues.
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